Kateryna Zavoloka hails from Kiev and here she dishes up some sweet tracks comprised of rich and abstract analogue/digital noise, melodies and idm like drums.
3 - Jattuja
4 - Hintintin
"Lying somewhere in between contemporary classical music and beat electronica, Kateryna Zavoloka makes an invisible bridge between the ultra-intellectual approach of say Pierre Schaeffer and the more relaxed, instinctive melodica-vs.-amiga one of say Trombone. Twenty minutes of digital beatzndronz, sampled-and-hacked vocals, sweet spontaneous tune creation and beauty. Free music: free to electronics like free is to jazz. Another superb 3 from Zeromoon." - Burning Emptiness
November 3, 2005 Subject:
"Suspenzia" was the first piece I heard by Zavoloka. It was on the Ear-relevant Music Hoedown at Aural Innovations (not any more, sorry). Then I checked out the Zavoloka web site and I found out that there's one here on the Internet Archive. I don't recall if I clicked on a link, or typed in "Zavoloka" on the archive's search engine. Anyway, whoever's into avant-gard electronic music, this is something you may wanna listen to. Maybe check out the other one where she collaborated with someone else. I'm gonna check that out, too.